I think we need this up there with the Twitter and Facebook buttons... It may help you get more traffic if you have a big number by your hub in the search results.
I'm not sure if it really boosts you in rankings though?
Please look for Jason's post in the thread below. HP is already looking to adding the +1 to hubs, but first other things are going to be done.
Also, Paul E mentions it in comments to his new Hub. The timing on adding and implementing +1 relates to the subdomain tests and accompanying changes.
http://pauledmondson.hubpages.com/hub/R … -and-Money
by Person of Interest3 years ago
I noticed on my Adsense that Google has suddenly become very unhappy about our not having the +1 button on our hubs.I know this issue has been addressed before. Looks like it is time to address it again.Google,...
by Paul Maplesden3 years ago
Hi there,I'm not sure if this has been suggested before, but wanted to mention it.With the rising popularity of Google+ and the upcoming SEO refocus on social sharing and authorship, are Hub Pages considering adding...
by Blake Flannery14 months ago
This is a side by side comparison of my hub traffic compared to the Quantcast graph for the same last two year period. So, what are the implications? What are your experiences?
by John Coviello3 weeks ago
Did HubPages provide an explanation regarding why you can no longer easily share a Hub on Twitter using a button on the Hub? Why did they replace it with Flipboard?
by skperdon3 years ago
I have it on my profile page but haven't been able to find function that allow me to place it on my hubs.
by Michael Willis4 years ago
I know the more exposure we have, the more chances for page views. That is not what I am asking about here. I am wondering if we are effected by the quantity of hubs over the quality of maybe a smaller number of hubs.I...
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